+ Saturday November 16th, 2019

There’s a lot of action happening in Barcelona this week with information on future directions, innovation and a lot of manufacturers releasing devices. Alcatel have released a number of devices including the 3T 10 tablet which is being marketed to home users for entertainment and general home use.

The specs available to date start with the 10″ screen giving a good viewing area for entertainment, powered by a long lasting 4,080mAh battery (up to 7 hours of music playback), a MicroSD card reader for extra storage and all powered by Android 9.0 Pie with Google Assistant.

Alcatel also offers an optional lightweight Audio Station accessory that can be connected to the tablet to provide powerful, deep sound. It charges from Micro-USB and, among other features, adds a headphone jack.

Among their tweaks is the on screen hub which provides a huge amount of information at a single touch or via voice control:

On-screen hub gives you all the information you need in a glance with instant access to the tablet’s most used apps, photos, calendar, music and weather forecast.

Pricing and availability in Australia is yet to be announced, but we’ll be sure to stay on top of this and provide updates when the information is available.

Phil Tann   Associate

Phil Tann

Phil is an Android enthusiast who spends most of his time reading up on U.S. Android news so he can get the low down on what could possibly hit Australian shores. Coming from a background in IT & T sales, he’s in the perfect position to give an educated view on hardware and software.

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Jeni Skunk
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Alcatel need to go back to the drawing board for the battery in the device.
My mid-2013 Aldi Bauhn WL-101GQC has a 6000mAh battery, and my Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 (2016) 4G with S Pen has a 7300mAh battery.

greviousmcg
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So there’s no other information such as what the screen resolution, the chip running it or rams at this point of time?

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